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Posted on November 6 at 3:45 p.m.
^ many are paid to oppose big oil expansion- via low paying jobs on craigslist
On Oil Industry Polluting Ventura?
Posted on November 6 at 3:42 p.m.
The property was originally planned as a resort (by Fess Parker in conjunction with the tribe). Now they say they only want to build homes there. If so, why did they not go through the process that any developer goes through? Taking this land as fee to trust signals a desire for more than just homes. But Armenta dismisses all opposition to expanding their ability to bypass county building codes as being racist.
On Chumash Contract for Cops
Posted on November 6 at 3:12 p.m.
The most notable community that voted for a fracking ban is Denton Texas which is considered the birthplace of fracking. They've had to live with the disastrous results and finally said no more. Hope Santa Barbara can learn from these communities and avoid what has ruined so many other places.
Posted on November 4 at 1:11 p.m.
LOL anyone intellectually lazy enough to include the word marxist is john birch taco short of a combo plate crazy
On Ballot Review by Concerned Taxpayers
Posted on November 3 at 4:42 p.m.
For many, here is a good alternative- http://www.sbbirthcenter.org/
On Hospital Not Baby-Friendly
Posted on November 3 at 4:34 p.m.
^ you are kidding right? This report, commissioned by Sen. Vitter who said "I think the Koch Brothers are two of the most patriotic Americans in the history of the Earth... I'll be honest with you, God bless the Koch brothers." - is in his own billionaires club - http://www.polluterwatch.com/david-vi...
On Measure P Money Creeps Up
Posted on November 3 at 4:23 p.m.
nuff wants data- & wants others to provide it- it is available & easy to find if you want it- as always google is your friend- nuff you might start with researching mr. roden's extensive background with environmental issues & provide some of your own experience since you are so quick to criticize someone who is one of the most respected persons in his field in not only this county but in the state
On Measure P Protects Santa Barbara County’s Future
Posted on November 2 at 5:18 p.m.
Labor leaders said that for years workers have had safety concerns about the process, which they described as inherently dangerous because injecting steam at high pressures to coax oil from the porous earth can create a minefield of craters-in-waiting.
On Extreme Extraction Danger
Posted on November 2 at 5:14 p.m.
"Ummm... It's only in your dreams that cyclic steam injection has problems. The fact is there has never been a problem with steam injection in SB county *ever*."
But there has in Kern County which is what Yes on P proponets are trying to protect our county from becoming. Or we can wait til disaster strikes and it is too late to do anything to reverse the damage.
Never forget the employee at a Kern County field where the practice of high-pressure steam injected into the ground is common. He was sucked underground and boiled to death. The company was fined $350.
P is for protecting our county from the disaster that has visited to our neighboring county. Thanks to the oil industry.
Posted on November 2 at 4:54 p.m.
there is no support for the lie that P is poorly written- a lie straight out of the oil lobby playbook for dummies - give us details, go debate stan on his points- prove that you know more than how to copy & paste here
On Guidance, Balance … Suspicion?